Mark & Matthew II
Comparative Readings: Reception History, Cultural Hermeneutics & Theology
Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neun Testament No. 304
Edited by Eve-Marie Becker & Anders Runesson
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Preface Anders Runesson/Eve-Marie Becker: Introduction: Reading Mark and Matthew Within and Beyond the First Century PART I Reception and Cultural Hermeneutics: Reading Mark and Matthew From the 1st to the 21st Century Eve-Marie Becker: The Reception of “Mark” in the 1st and 2nd Centuries CE and its Significance for Genre Studies – Petri Luomanen: From Mark and Q to Matthew: An Experiment in Evolutionary Analysis – Benedict Viviano: Who Wrote Q? The Sayings Document (Q) as the Apostle Matthew’s Private Notebook as a Bilingual Village Scribe (Mark 2:13–17; Matt 9:9–13) – René Falkenberg:Matthew 28:16-20 and the Nag Hammadi Library: Reception of the Great Commission in the Sophia of Jesus Christ – Peter Widdicombe: The Patristic Reception of the Gospel of Matthew: The Commentary of Jerome and the Sermons of John Chrysostom – Joseph Verheyden: Reading Matthew and Mark in the Middle Ages: The Glossa Ordinaria – Martin Meiser: Protestant Reading of the Gospels of Mark and Matthew in the 20th Century – Detlev Dormeyer: A Catholic Reading of the Gospels of Mark and Matthew in the 20th Century – Anders Runesson: Judging the Theological Tree by its Fruit: The Use of the Gospels of Mark and Matthew in Official Church Documents on Jewish – Christian Relations PART II History, Meaning, and the Dynamics of Interpretation Adela Yarbro Collins: Mark and the Hermeneutics of History Writing –Stephen Westerholm: Hearing the Gospels of Matthew and Mark – Mogens Müller: The Place of Mark and Matthew in Canonical Theology: A Historical Perspective – Janice Capel Anderson: Mark and Matthew in Feminist Perspective: Reading Matthew’s Genealogy – Hans Leander: Mark and Matthew after Edward Said – Todd Penner/Caroline Vander Stichele: Re-Assembling Jesus: Rethinking the Ethics of Gospel Studies – Michael Knowles: The Interpretation of Mark and Matthew in Historical Perspective: The Transfiguration as a Test Case
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